James Governor, Principal Analyst & Co-Founder, RedMonk; Adam Zimman, VP of Platform & Partnerships, LaunchDarkly

Backyard Chat: Progressive Delivery

Progressive Delivery is the latest evolution in software delivery life cycles. James and Adam will share how the term came to be and what was driving the need for something new. They will present a shared vision on where things are headed and how teams can start to gain the benefits. Learn about the new tools, better ways to use data, and how to empower more individuals and teams in the software delivery process.

AUTHOR

Adam Zimman

Adam has over 20 years of experience working in a variety of roles from software engineering through to technical sales. He has worked in both enterprise and consumer companies such as VMware, EMC, and GitHub. Adam is driven by a passion for inclusive leadership and solving problems with technology. One additional objective is to be a part of a diverse and equitable company. Not simply an organization that accepts diversity, but one that actively pursues a more diverse and inclusive team as a imperative for building better products and services. Adam is also an Advisor for a number of startups and nonprofits. His perspective on life has been shaped by a background in Physics and Visual Art, an ongoing adventure as a husband and father, and a childhood career as a fire juggler.

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AUTHOR

James Governor

James Governor is a Principal Analyst and Co-founder at RedMonk. Based in London, he advises enterprises, startups and major companies such as IBM and Microsoft on developer-led innovation, community and technology strategy. He is also proud to have open-source nonprofit organizations such as the Apache Software Foundation and the Eclipse Foundation as clients. James was co-author of the O’Reilly publication, "Web 2.0 Design Patterns: What Architects and Entrepreneurs Need to Know." In 2009, he served as Chairman of SAP’s external panel for stakeholder assurance in Sustainability Strategy and Reporting. James makes extensive use of both open source and social media tools in RedMonk’s business operations – @monkchips, has more than 25K followers.

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